Chelley Carroll-Worth

Michelle (“Chelley”) is a Philadelphia native, graduating from Johnson & Wales University (PVD) in 2006, currently pursuing her MA in Military Psychology from Adler University, and a member of APA Division 19. She holds certifications in Innovative and Evidence-Based Strategies for Addressing Veteran and Service Member Suicide Risk, Elements of the Assessment Process and Intimate Partner Violence: Assessment and Response with Military-Connected Couples, Essentials in Military Cultural Competence, and Psychological Impact of Military to Civilian Transition from The Center for Deployment Psychology. Her career goals include defining and improving satisfaction with the military lifestyle and fostering resilience in service members and their families.

Aside from education, she brings personal military experience as a Navy Command Ombudsman, Navy spouse, and Army National Guard parent.  Her familiarity with the military lifestyle and transition processes inspires her pursuit of a career supporting the individuals and families who serve.

Additionally, Chelley is a Certified Yoga Teacher (RYT 200) and cycling and kickboxing instructor. As a wife and busy mom-of-three, she does not waste a moment of Life. She fills her free time watching sports, playing golf, and going on long walks with her three dogs, Hokie, Maverick, and Philly in her Boston-suburb neighborhood.